How to Prevent Crop Failure Due to Dry Wind
While you are driving through your crops with your fertilizer placement tool, consider how often the wind feels dry in your area.
Dry winds are attributed to high temperature and low humidity. It causes high evaporation, damages plant organs, disrupts water balance of plants, and reduces yields as a result.
If there is a shortage of moisture in the soil, the effects of dry wind are amplified. Moisture in leaves may evaporate at a higher rate because of the low humidity. Plants may be unable to replenish the water in its leaves and eventually dry up and die.
Nutraboss reminds you that the best way to mitigate the effects of dry wind is to keep your plants thoroughly hydrated. For fertilizer tools like hose couplers to help your crops thrive, visit the distributors page here.